We have become a tight-knit unit, and sharing these experiences with good friends makes it so much more enriching. I feel like we really have a special bond now, and we will continue to adventure around the world in the future.
I really underestimated the effect that my friendships with the other volunteers would have on my own experience. All of us Lattitude volunteers placed in Argentina bonded unbelievably quick, and being part of such a close and supportive unit has totally enhanced my already awesome Lattitude experience. I know that these guys are my friends for life and that we will all continue to travel together in the future!
We’ve gotten lots of questions about UK visas after Brexit. This letter aims to assure you that various options for visa’s exist when applying for our programs and our current status as a “category A sponsor” for charity worker visas ensures our sustainability in providing VISA’s to those heading abroad on our programs.
2019 Overseas Volunteer Placement Availability
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Spain was a major draw card for me because it was a country overflowing with history and beauty. Spanish food was also something that attracted to me, famous for their tapas and sangria; I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed. I loved the idea of fully immersing myself in a foreign culture in one of the most beautiful and historic countries in the world.
I figured that by the time I reached high school I would have it sussed… Or at least by the time I reached year 12. But time flew by, and before I knew it, I was half-way through year 12. I attended all the university presentations, thinking that a career would simply call my name. As you can figure, it didn’t.